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V Dr. Q. Trouesoau Submits Precau
At the mooting of tlio Board of
Hcnlth in consultation with t ho local
modicnl fraternity yoslordny after
noon, Dr. Goo. Trousseau, Port Phy
sician, road Iho following:
In case it is ascertained thai
cholora has taken a foothold in tho
States or in Canada, tho following
regulations are respect full submit
ted: Ask Her Mnjosty, with tho consent
of tho Cabinet and tho Privy Coun
cil, to proclaim that until the present
proclamation is rescinded, Honolulu
will bo tho only port of entry in tho
Hawaiian Kingdom, and all other
ports will bo at onco closed to all
foreign vessels from any country
Tho Board of Health will imme
diately have copies of said procla
mation sent to all tho Port Surveyors
and pilots on tho other islands, in
structing pilots not to board any
foreign vossols, but simply hand a
copy of said proclamation to the
Mastor, with instructions to proceed
I'OIIT OF HONOLULU.
No pilot is allowed to board any
vessel, steamer or sailing vessel fiom
any country until given leave to do
so by tho Port Phj-sician.
Evorj' vessel is to bo spoken to by
the Port Physician, who shall in ac
cordance with tho following regula
tions allow tho pilot on board or not.
Any pilot disregarding this older
will bo quarantined as long as the
Board of Health thinks proper. It
will bo the duty of the pilots to
communicate at once with tho Port
Physician when a vessel is signaled.
And ho will not go alongside tho
vessel until tho Port Physician has
spoken her. No vessel under any
circumstance, except stress of
weather, to bo spoken to at night.
No Custom House ofiicor or guard
will bo allowed on board until tho
vessel shall have boon allowed free
pratique, and entered the harbor.
DUTIES OF THE PORT PH1MCIAX.
As soon as possible after being in
formed that a vessel is signaled, tho
Port Physician shall cominunicato
with tho pilot on duty and put off
to tho vessel.
Coming alongside, and without
making fast to hor, ho will by means
of a pole got tho bill of health from,
the vessel, disinfecting it either with
acetic, chlorine gas or sulphurous
acid, road it, and return it to tho
Master. This applies to every ves
sel. Special instructions for each parti
STEAMERS FOR HONOLULU.
If from a non-infected port with a
clean bill of health, tho Pacific Coast
excepted, after a careful examination
of passengers and crow, tho Port
Physician will allow tho pilot on
board, and tho stoamor will bo al
lowed free pratique.
If 'from the Coast, with or without
a clean bill of health (this applies
especially to the Australia if cholera
breaks out in tho United States), tho
Port Physician shall do as follows:
If the vessel is less than ton full
daj-s from tho Coast, neither tho
Port Physician nor tho pilot will
board-hor. The latter will give full
and plain instructions to tho Captain
in regard to tho anchorage, without
leaving his boat.
The Port Physician will ordor tho
vessel in quarantine for a period of
not loss than ton full days from tho
date and hour of leaving tho Coast,
ana liavo the yellow nag hoisted.
He shall report in writing to tho
Board of Health and proper guards
will be sent in boats to prevent any
communication with tho vessel.
Under no consideration whatever
shall a vessol bo allowed to enter tho
harbor before tho expiration of tho
ton full days.
At the expiration of this poiiod
the Port Physician shall, on tho as
surance from tho Captain that thero
is no contagious diseaso on board,
examine tho crow and passengers,
and if tho examination is satisfac
tory, he will allow tho pilot on board,
and instruct him to anchor the ves
sel as close as possible to tho Quar
The Port Physician and pilot will
laud the mails at tho Quarantine
wharf to bo delivered to tho Post
Oflico authorities after having been
thoroughly disinfected. Thoy them
selves will proceed to tho Quarantine
station to bo thoroughly disinfected,
after which only thoy can return to
As quickly as possible tho crew
with their dunnage, passengers and
baggage, without exception,
lunuou on tho Quarantine sti
undergo thorough fumiuatiou and
disinfection, after which U103' will bo
Tho crow, howovor, will not bo al
lowed on board until tho vessel will
have boon thoroughly disinfected.
This having boon thoroughly done
to tho satisfaction of tho Board of
Health, free pratique will bo allow
ed; tho hatches will bo opened; Cus
tom House ollicers allowed on board,
but tho holds will havo to bo thor
oughly fumigated before any cargo
can be lauded.
If from tho Pacific coast, will not
bo boarded either hy tho pilot or
Port Physician, but anchored out
side under tho yellow Hag and quar
antined and guarded for ton full
This boing complied with, thoy
will enter in Honolulu harbor under
tho same regulations as tho steamers
bound for Honolulu. If not willing
to submit to those regulations, thoy
will bo allowed to land in quaran
tine tho Honolulu passengers, lug
gage and freight, but tho scows and
mon employed in such work will bo
considered as boing in quarantine
for ton days, Hie same length of time
as tho passengers, Scows to bo dis
infoctod,beforo boing used again.
If from tho Colonies, or any other
non-infected port (always oxcopling
tho Pacific coast), if more than ton
(lays out irom last port and supplied
With a clean bill of health, will bo
allowed free pratique. If tho bill of
health is not satisfactory, thoy will
bo subject tothesamo regulations
as vessels from tho Pacific coast.
STEAMERS FROM ASIAT10 TORTS.
Tho Port Physician shall follow
tho existing regulations concerning
thorn to the letter.
S UL1N0 VESSELS.
If from the Pacific coast with a
clean bill of health, or no bill of
health and no sickness, will bo
treated as steamers bound for Hono
lulu. If from a noii'-infcolod port, al
ways excepting tho Pacific coast,
thoy will be allowed free pratique.
IN CASE OF CHOLERA.
If any vessel arrives in tho road
stead of Honolulu with cholora on
board, or having had on tho passage
a case 01 cholora, the X'ort j'liysicinn
shall report tho facts at onco to the
Board of Hoalth, and recoivo full
nnd dofinito instructions.
These regulations will bo pub
lished in all tho Honolulu news
papers, aud copies sont to tho Coast
to tho Hawaiian Consul for distri
bution amongst tho various ship
In ovorj' case tho Board of Health
will enforce bonds from the owners
or agents of every vessol, and all ex
penses entailed by tho enforcing of
these regulations will bo charged
against such bond. In no case will
the vessel enter the harbor unless
such bonds have boon perfected.
Speech by Hon. J. N. S. Williams
in Moving Adoption of Keport.
Noble Williams, in moving the
adoption of the Cominorco Com
mittee's report recommending tho
pass ro of the bill lolating to Gov
ernment work, said:
This bill was brought in response
to a largely signed potition from tho
mechanics of Honolulu that some
action bo taken by this Government
to protect them In tho distribution
of government contracts against
foreign competition wages being
higher heio than 111 tho United
States. Industrial institutions rarely
tender for manufactured goods for
tho uso of tho Hawaiian Government
and tho mechanics see with disgust
largo quantities of goods coming
into this country which could havo
been made by thoni just as woll, but
not quite so cheaply. Tho hon.
noblo from Maui (Mr. Thurston),
knowing that this bill was brought
in for tho benefit of mechanics, has,
with his usual elegance of expression
and fertilit3r of vocabulary, termed
this bill "snide," probably because it
was for mechanics. It is good to
know the opinion of tho lion, noble,
it may possibly have a bearing on
tho next elections. Ho also says
that it is ''protection run maci."
I must say, Mr. Piesidout, that
I cannot see how ho proposes
to substantiate this statement.
A bill brought in to legalize tho giv
ing out of a contract at 15 percent
higher to a homo firm than to a for
eign firm is certainly not an instance
of extremo legislation, it does not
compare with tho protection to
home firms in Government work
practised in tho United States, not
only in respect to war material, but
to everything else required by tho
Government. How long does the
hon. Noblo suppose an administra
tion that sent to England for sup
plies of any kind would remain 111
power in tho United States? I could
multiply instances in Europe wore
there timo. Ho also had raved about
tho principle of tho greatest good to
the greatest number and says that
this bill is contrary to that princi
ple. Mr. President, I dony tho
soundness of Noblo Thurston's argu
ment and hold that tho policy of
protection is the policy of tho great
est good to this community at this
time. Wo acknowledge that me
chanics and their families are desir
able citizens and mniry private indi
viduals willingly pay more than a
15 percent advance over foreign
competition in order to encourage
homo industry and thoy aro sound in
their views. I would like to know
how it is that in 1881) a largo con
tract for water pipes was placed in
tho United States, whon tondors wore
received from Europe quoting prices
thousands of dollnrs loss than tho
contract was given out at. Was
that considering tho wolfaro of
tho taxpayer? It seems that tho
gentleman had not considered
tho bill, report or potition at
all when ho made his attack.
An attempt is made to condomu this
bill because it will bonofit tho iron
works companies. Now I wish to
say light hero, that no industrial
company has had anything to do
with this bill, that the mechanics of
this town are tho only beneficiaries
by getting more work. If tho em
ployers cannot make a profit thoy
do not undertako work and thoy will
certainly not tender for Government
.work unless thoy can make it pay,
and tho 15 percent asked for is as
lit tie as cau bo expected, seeming t hat
wages are considerably higher hero
than in the United Str.'ea, To close.
Mr. Prosidont, I will only say that
tho bill was had undor careful con
sideration by tho Commerce Com
mit too, perhaps tho strongest com
mittee of this house, and in view of
tho undoubted benefits to tho
mechanics U103' uunuimously recom
mend that tho bill pass. Tho gen
tleman's motion to indefinitely post
pone is under these circumstances
exceedingly discourteous and loads
ono to boliovo that ho thinks that all
the brains in this hoiuo sit in that
corner and aro branded Thurston.
I move that tho report of tho Com
mittee be adopted.
Among tho incidents of childhood
that stand out in bold rolief, as our
memory reverts to tho days whon wo
woro young, none aro moro promi
nent than sovero sickness. Tho
young mother vividly remombors
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
Jfoniody cured hor of croup, and in
turn administers it to her own olf
spiing nnd always with tho best re
sults. For sale by all doalors. Uon
son, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
1 Hawaiian Islands
VITA OIL I
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs,
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. J. L. Goodman, of Aiiuitor, Cal.,
ay: "I linvo hnd repeated opportunity
of oWrvlnjr ami testlni; the relieving mid
hcolinc quality of Vita On, when applied
to painful, sore nnd inllamcil porN, 0N0 In
lame joint", sprains mid bruises. I am
confident tlmt to tin" oxtcnt its safe, active
mid powerful hcalinc; merits tiro trli'tl.it
will be considered tlio indispensable family
C& Kor the usklne; Jim will recctve'a
4f0 Testimonial letter. Kind ons nnd do
jour own thinkine;.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL CO.
A. bus leiiMjd the property belonging to
V.. Herbert, l"-q., in Wnilnki, which for
the prexent, will lip open to tho public as
nn annex of tho Hotel, and will be known
as the "Hotel Park Annex.." Besides the
main house there aro Three Cottages ad
mirably adapted for families:
1 The "Windmill Cottage" containing 6
ltooms, Kitchen and Lanai.
'2 The "Green Cottage" containing Par
lor, 4 Bui Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Until
a The "Seaward Cottage" with I Good
.Rooms and a Dressing Room.
All the Cottages are well-appointed in
Furniture, FittingSj etc., nnd tonunts will
be entitled to bathing privileges. The sen
bathing being unsurpassed on tho Island.
The Main Ruildini; will bo reserved for
the uso of the guests of the Hotel, but it
may bo rented for Picnics, linthing Pur
ties, Dinners nnd Dances, etc., for nil which
purposes it oilers exceptional advantages.
A charge of Twenty-five ($23) Dollars will
bo made for tho uso of the House and
Grounds including Bathing, Lights, etc.;
prepayment is required for intended use of
tho Main Building aud G-ounds.
E&- For further particulars application
should bo made to tho Manager of the
Roynl Hawaiian Hotel. (WT-tf
1st District of Honolulu, 1st Pre
cinct. rpHE ISOAKD OF INSPECTORS OF
JL Election for tho 1st District, 1st Pre
cinct, will meet for tlio purpose of correct
ing tlio Electoral Roll or Voting Liht hy
adding new names thereto, or striking olf
tho names of Mich voters as havo died, re
moved or -otherwise beconio disqualified,
at the Long Branch Rath House, wuikiki,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28th, 7 to 0 o'clock
"' J. A. OILMAN.
3d District of Honolulu, 2d Pre
cinct. rpHE HOARD OF INSPECTORS OP
JL Flection for tho 3d District, yd Pre
cinct, will meet for the purpose of correct
ing tho Klcctorul Roll or Voting List bv
adding new numes thereto, or striking oil'
the names of such voters ns have died, re
moved or otherwise become disqualified, ut
tho Kapuaiwa lluildiug, Queen stieet, us
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 2s, 1892;
From 7 r. m. to 1) i-. m. each evening.
Honolulu, Sept. L'O, 18!2. 027-8t
3d District of Honolulu, 1st Pre
cinct. rpHE HOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
J. Flection for tlio !id District. 1st Pre
cinct, will meet for ttio purpose of correct
ing the Electoral Roll or Voting List by
adding new names thereto, or striking oil
the names of such voters as hnvo died, re
moved or otherwise become disqiiulltled,ut
uiu iiuym ncnooi jiouse us iouown;
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28, 1802;
From 7:30 to OiliO o'clock each evening,
J. M. CAMARA, J11.,
Honolulu, Sept. 17, 18!)2. 6'23-IOt
4th District of Honolulu, 1st and 2d
OH THE PURPOSE OF CORRKCT
inu the Electoral Rolls or Vntlinr
Lists of bold District bv addlm? new unions
thereto or striking oft' tho names of such
voters as have dleiL removed or otherwise
become disannulled, the Inspectors of said
Precincts shall hold meetings from 7:.S0
r. m. on tho following days:
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28, W12, ut Engine
House China Co. No. 6, Maunnkeu street.
Adjourned meetings may ho held if
deemed necessary by the Inspectors.
Per order of tho InspocUns.
L. KONG- FEE,
Fort stieet, next to Club Stables,
r Lately Cutter nil Manager of Goo
Kim t Co. Guarantees Good Fit and Rea
sonable Prices, Patronage solicited.
NOMINEES for NOBLES
ISLAND OK (Ml I IT.
Hon, Henry Waterliouse
For the Unexpired Six Year Term, vice
Paul Noutunun, resigned.
Hon. Mark P. Robinson
For tho Unexpired Four Year Term,
vlco E. 0. Maeforlane, icslgncd.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
HON. HENRY WATERHOUSE
For the Unexpired Six Year Term, vice
Paul Neumann, ic!gnod.
HON, MARK P, ROBINSON
For the ITnexpued Four Year Term, vice
E. C. Macfarlane, resigned.
FOR THE ISLAND OF OAHU.
For Unexpired Six Year Term, made va
cant by tho resignation of His Ex
cellency Paul Neumann.
Br.u, 114. - TELEPHONES Mutiju. 10.
$ !).7.r Per Cord
?12..r)0 Per Cord
$1 1.00 Per Cord
.1 Foot Lengths
Sawed and Split
$13.00 Per Cord
If 15.50 Per Conl
$17.00 Per Cord
. . 1 Foot Lengths
. .S.iwed and Split
fy Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTAOE & CO.
N. 15. We guai.inteo our Wood to be
sound and free from worms. 518-1 m
To Let or Lease.
rpVO NICELY FUR
JL nishcJ Rooms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
Hum.ktin Oillce. 3TS-tf
Jl- Iseretania street. 011-
posito Foit strict chinch,
It. 1. LILLIE, lH,SSE
At Theo. II. Davies .t Co.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magaine
street, with Jlathioom, pat
ent . C etc. Commands
ono of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
10 ,ill-ll) j. M. VIVAS,
A NICE COTTACE ON
llerelaiiia street, near
Pilkoi street, containing
Pailor. 2 Bedrooms, lluth-
room, Dliiingroom, Pantry and Kitchen,
Servant's room, Carriage House, Stable, etc.
TrameuiH puss every 20 minutes. Applv at
ollico of this paper. -lfS-tf
FOR BALE or" LEASE
JL Pienilsos lately occu-
! i.ii. j.. puiu, iu KaiilSJiiji
bo for sale or lease at reu- mXJ-lJ2?3J.
souuhle nrico or rental. The Grounds eon
tain a vurletj of Fruit and Ornamental
Trees. Tho Commodious Dwelling Is woll
furulshed with modern improvements anil
conveniences. Roomy Itui n uud u 2-Room
Cottugo for servants. For fuithcr particu
lars, upply to JOHN UNA,
Ollico luter-lslaud Steam Navigation
SH00T1NC OR OTHERWISE TRES
passing 011 Wulalno Umds is strictly
forbidden. P. R. ISENUEK0.
September 2(1, 1802. 5,i2-lw
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED INTENDINO
JL to leave the Kingdom 011 October 3d.
requests that all bills against him be pre
sented for nayinont between now and Sep.
temboriJOth. Full power of nttornev will
bo given to my nephew, Young llo, to
transact my business in my absence.
YOU NO NAP,
, . Cigar Dealer.
Honolulu, Sept. 2.1, 1802. 5WI-7t
From Melbourne, Australia,
Can be consulted at the Huwaiian Hotel
from 0 to 12 a, xi. and from 2 to o l m.
St. XjOtjlis, 3vIo.
Manufactured from Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hops!
WNo Corn or Corn Prcpnratluns used in place of Mult, as is done by othor East
ern Itrewcries, in order to cheapen tho cost of their Keer, nnd to compete with our
w 01 Id-renowned and iltstlv fmnrd article.
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the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: 6 kettles every 24 hours, 6,000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 8,600,000
bushels per year. Hops : 7,500 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the ANiirusER-BuscH Beer. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
sost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
VNNUA!,Suu'i'iNr Capacity? 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The AMir.usKit-ltiiM 11 Co. have carried oil' tho Highest Honors and the Highest
Class Gold Medals wherevei they have competed. At all of tho International Inhibi
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This Company havo piepaied a Special Brand of ttieir Highest Orado Deer for tlio
llawniinu Islands, known as "SPKCIAIj IIKKW," with u hnndsome label and in 'White
Dottles, whidi, with their liesl "TJXPOUT ANHKUSER" in Dark Dottles, heretofore
impoited, we will now supply to the Trade in Quantities to Suit.
G-. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
(nkw nor.T.UTiN islock, merchant street)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY UUHINUS8 KNTRUSTKD TO 1K WIM RKOKIVK PROMPT ATTENTION.
IM. G. IRWIN & CO.
OWER VOU SAIK
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We are also prepared to take oidoin for
Messrs, 1-sT, Oliln-iaclt 8c Oo.'s
Insuring piompt delivery.
CJBT" This is u Miiierior Paint Oil, con
tmming less pigment f linn l.ins-ccd Oil, and
giving 11 lasting brilliancy to coIoih.
lined with diiers it gives a Nplendld tloor
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef
I'Aiiuum: taint co.'h
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever
Kapeclully designed for Vacuum Pans.
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Hartford Firo Insurance Co.,
London Lancashire Fire Iub. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marino Ins. Co.,
New 'York Life Ins. Co.,
.0. 0. BERGER
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Jr Mouldinjix, Dmmes, J'linlch, Arto
lipfs, PhotoyruvureXf litehinyt uml
everything in the line, of Picture, jo to
Kiny Pros,, Hotel street.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
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At prices which wo cstnhlUhcd on
commencing OABH Business.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 CalcoU 25 els.
Farina Bouquet, A Cakos 25 cts.
Oatmoal Soap, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Curly Haplo, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 Tor 25 Cents.
See our Fine Lino of
Blank Books of all Descriptions,
Base Balls, Tennis Balls; Tennis Rackets,
tut" Call and see our Goods before buy
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T. P. SEVKItlN. A. W. HOLHTrit.
Fort st., over F. Gertz's Shoe Store.
YIEW, LANDSCAPE 4 PORTRAIT' YIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Such ns Nntives Making Poi Grass Houses
Hawaiian Stylo Riding Hulahula
Dancers Cocoonut Groves Palm
and Date Groves Street Views
and Unildlngs-'-War Vessels
Shipping' and Marino
View-, Etc., Etc.
Also a Large Collection of all Prominent
and Interesting Views of tlio Hawuiian
Islands, either Mounted or'Unmonnted.
Books of Hawaiian "Views
Mode up to Order at tho most Reasonable
Rates in Honolulu.
Cabinets SB and S5 a Dozen.
1001 P. O. Box 4!)8 tf
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin, - President and 'Manager
Clous Sprcckcls, - - - - Vice-President
W. M. Gilford, - Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. 0. Porter Auditor
AGENTS OP THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF BAN FRANCISCO, PAL.
C. BREWER &. CO.
J. O. Carter .,..,. . .President and Manager
G, H. Robertson , Treasurer
K. F. Bishop i Secretary
W.F.Allen i (Auditor
Hon. 0. R. Bishop, 1
8. O.Allen V Directors
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AT AIX HOUKS.
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